Presidential Crimes Then And Now ~ Paul Craig Roberts

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Paul Craig January 27, 2016   Presidential Crimes Then And Now Are Nixon’s and the Reagan administration’s crimes noticable on the scale of Clinton’s, George W. Bush’s, and Obama’s?     Not much remains of the once vibrant American left-wing. Among the brainwashed remnants there is such a hatred […]

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The Real Reason Nixon Created the DEA – Part II

By David Hathaway June 1, 2015   The Real Reason Nixon Created the DEA – Part II   (Part two. Continued from part one.) CIA cold war and hot war activity was coming to light for the first time and was falling into the crosshairs of Congress and the media.  Anti-communist arguments had been […]

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The Real Reason Nixon Created the DEA – Part I

By David Hathaway May 30, 2015   The Real Reason Nixon Created the DEA – Part I   When the DEA is seen in a negative light by Americans, it is due almost entirely to the agency’s relatively small relationship to the domestic war on drugs. But, the reason for this agency coming into […]

Presidential Crimes: Then And Now

Source: By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts   Presidential Crimes: Then And Now   Writing for Americans is not always an enjoyable experience. Many readers want to have their prejudices confirmed, not challenged. Emotions rule their reason, and they are capable of a determined resistance to facts and are not inhibited from displays of rudeness […]

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Ron Paul Weekly Column

Nixon’s Vindication

Source: By Ron Paul     Nixon’s Vindication   Forty years ago many Americans celebrated the demise of the imperial presidency with the resignation of Richard Nixon. Today it is clear they celebrated too soon. Nixon’s view of presidential powers, summed up in his infamous statement that, “when the president does it that means […]

Do Americans trust their government? – BBC News

A short video showing the historic trend of trust Americans have in the federal government.   Do Americans trust their government? – BBC News It was 40 years ago that Richard Nixon left the White House, becoming the only US president ever to resign from office. The episode dealt a blow to the trust Americans […]

Nixon says goodbye to the White House staff.

Is America Rome?

Source: By Nick Sorrentino Is America Rome?   It’s a question I have asked since I was a small boy. John Stossel asks it in the attached piece. My father, a naval officer and history buff, explained to me how Rome fell into decadence and lost touch with its republican roots. He told me […]


Lew Rockwell Owns the Gang of Overlords

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World War III: the unthinkable cost of preserving the petrodollar 2

Source: Crisishq As noted by many of our readers, one of the key topics omitted from our article on the inevitability of economic collapse was the petrodollar system. Due to its significance, we felt that this subject deserves its own article. If you have never heard of the petrodollar, don’t be surprised. There’s a […]


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Some Questions That Donald Trump Might Ask

Source: by Thomas J. DiLorenzo by Thomas J. DiLorenzo Upon hearing that Donald Trump will interview his fellow neocons at another GOP debate in late December, I recalled that Trump gave the Republican nomination a shot himself in 2000, and of course again briefly in the past year. A quick Web search unearthed quite […]